The performance of the 360L007, Seventh Flight, redesigned Solid Rocket Motors (RSRM) is assessed with respect to case hardware and joint sealing issues as seen from post-flight assessment of the case and seals. Potential anomalies are classified and summarized. The post-flight assessment of both motors showed the case segments to be in good condition. Field joint fretting indications on this flight set ranged from none on one joint through light (less than 0.003 inch deep) on most of the joints to locally medium (greater than 0.003, less than 0.005 inch deep) on two joints. No new fretting was found in old fretting locations. All fretting was mapped from the inner clevis leg. The capture feature fretting was not mapped due to the difficulty of measuring the fretting in the capture feature region, but it is assumed that the capture feature had similar damage as the inner clevis leg. Post-flight assessment of both motors showed the seal components to be in good condition.